To live within multiplicity, the concept of right and wrong is far too simplistic especially when it comes to leadership and ethics. To truly empower people, especially yourself, multiplicity opens the door to a new existence without sleep walking through life utilizing someone else’s rules of life as Sun describes (Sun, 2007). In this topic, share examples where the use of multiplicity dramatically changed your or someone else’s life.
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